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increases the taxes employers pay to fund unemployment by $21 per worker per year. governor mccrory says paying the loan off as soon as possible would reduce those taxes. >> we're going to try to free up money so businesses can hire people and get them off unemployment. this is not an easy decision. >> reporter: to get the money to pay off the loan earlier, the republican governor and republican legislature cut current state benefits from $535 a week to $350. the benefits now end at a maximum of 20 weeks instead of 26. >> 70,000. of our brothers and sisters. reporter: cutting state unemployment benefits makes north carolina ineligible for federal benefits altogether. so 70,000 unemployed whose state benefits have run out now have no money coming in at all. >> folks who say, "i know it's a tough question but get out there and look for a job." >> every day. looking not the problem. i can find jobs. it's getting hired that i can't get done. >> the guy has $170 in his checking account, nothing in his savings account. and he's wondering how he's going to put food on his table. >> i care for t
, senator barbara mikulski says there are smarter ways to slice, getting rid of tax loopholes, instead of medical research grants. >> right now, our goal is to fund n.i.h. and cancer sequester so that it is not the new normal. and most of all, we want to make sure that america continues to move ahead. >> if anybody wants to have a debate about whether there sequester is good or not, you know, come and see me. >> reporter: mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, it appears young scientists could go to other countries to find work and that institutions could not withstand years of cuts. >>> teresa heinz remains in the hospital tonight. but her condition is improving. heinz, the wife of secretary of state john kerry, has been updated to fair condition. the 74-year-old was rushed to massachusetts general hospital, after showing signs of seizure. she was reportedly listed as critical condition. her husband and other family members are with her in the hospital. >>> since 1996, the ravens have been the only nfl team with a coed cheerleading squad. tonight, though, the teen is mourning one
, getting rid of tax loopholes, instead of medical research grants upon. >> right now, our goal is to fund n.i.h. and cancel sequester so it is not the new normal. and most of all, we want to make sure that america continues to move ahead. >> if anybody wants to have a debate about whether sequester is good or not, you know, come and see me. >> reporter: and it's not just about healthcare, but also the economy. as we all know, johns hopkins is so important to baltimore. and the national institutes ever health supports 18,000 maryland jobs. reporting live, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> reporter: mike, thank you. there are also fears that young scientists could go to other countries to find work. and institutions could not withstand years of cuts. >>> well, bob is here. we're talking about the weather a little bit. a little -- can we say a little relief out there? >> temperature-wise, not bad. dew points down as well. really, not a bad july day at all. still a little on the humid side. a few pop-up showers. most of us will stay dry tonight. 84 now. the dew point has dropped to 65. ear
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